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A recent popular op-ed advising parents to 'get off the stage' is misguided and harmful, says expert.
Tens of thousands of educator activists are joining forces this spring to stop the high-stakes use of standardized tests and reduce the number of standardized exams to save time and money for classroom instruction. As one PTA president put it: “It is time to return to creative, individualized education—and to do that; we must turn our classrooms back over to our teachers.”
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